English folk rock band Mumford & Sons have catapulted to stardom with their captivating mix of bluegrass, country and rock, enchanting audiences with their soaring harmonies and catchy pop melodies. Their second album Babel was released in September 2012, debuted at No. 1 in the U.K. and U.S. with hit single “I Will Wait,” and took home the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, as well as winning the Brit Award for Best British Group. The band consists of Ted Dwane on vocals, string bass, drums, guitar; Ben Lovett on vocals, keyboards, accordion, drums; Marcus Mumford on lead vocals, guitar, drums, mandolin; and Winston Marshall on vocals, banjo, guitar, resonator guitar. They formed in late 2007 in West London, and put out two EPs in 2008, Love Your Ground and a self-titled effort, garnering interest from ticket holders in the U.K. and the U.S. as they opened concerts for Laura Marling and Johnny Flynn. Mumford & Sons’ debut studio album Sigh No More was released in late 2009 in the UK and early 2010 in the US, peaking at No. 2 on both the U.K. Albums and U.S. Billboard 200 charts, and selling over three million copies in the U.S. alone on the strength of hit singles “The Cave,” “Little Lion Man” and “Winter Winds.” They also earned two Grammy Award nominations, one for Best New Artist and the other for Best Rock Song for “Little Lion Man,” and won the Brit Award in 2011 for Best British Album. A worldwide headlining tour followed with the likes of Fanfarlo and The Middle East.